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Ilegenes: Kokuyou no Kiseki

Ilegenes: Kokuyou no Kiseki

Alternative Titles

English: Ilegenes: Track of a Black Gleam
Synonyms: The Genetic Sodom Ilegenes
Japanese: イルゲネス~黒耀の軌跡~

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 30
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 15, 2007 to Jul 15, 2010
Authors: Kuwabara, Mizuna (Story), Ishizue, Kachiru (Art)
Serialization: Comic Avarus

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Score: 8.021 (scored by 2014 users)
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Ranked: #9422
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Popularity: #1568
Members: 6,005
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Synopsis

The island of Ilegenes is home to an internationally renown genetic engineering research institution. In addition to their research involving genetic manipulation, a dark underground organization exists called the Black Market. Great profit is gained from the mass production of clones and the sale of human bodies. Thus, people refer to Ilegenes as the place God has turned away from—The Genetic Sodom.

Fon F. Littenber enrolled in the Ilegenes military school to become strong. He wants to avenge his parents' deaths by destroying the Black Market organization. Fon is a cool, collected young man whose attitude and parentage separate him from his peers. His father is Professor Littenber, the father of Genetic Sodom and the authority on brain research. Due to this, Fon is targeted by rival students and nasty rumors that claim he was subjected to genetic manipulation at the hands of his father. What fate awaits Fon in Ilegenes?

(Source: shinkeikaku)

Background

Ilegenes: Kokuyou no Kiseki was published in Polish by Studio JG from July 10, 2015 to March 18, 2016.

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Mar 30, 2013
blossomdeath (All reviews)
Ilegenes dynamically blends the concepts of politics, power, scientific cloning and genetic engineering geared towards a darker path of human nature (in a psychological way). Coupled with friendship and brotherly romance, the manga distinguishes itself from other series of a similar genre by pausing at the appropriate spots instead of trying too hard.

I love the unique aspects of the plot, the charisma of Fon and the seemingly frivolous yet caring personality of Jacques. The interaction between Fon and Jacques is the manga’s major selling point – yes, readers can simply assume there is definitely some extraordinary brotherhood between these two yet at the read more
Feb 24, 2013
inzaratha (All reviews)
Illegenes: The Genetic Sodom is a masterfully written manga about genetic engineering and cloning and the issues it holds, it’s a manga that questions what happens when man plays god and ultimately what makes a human - human. In the tradition of the best sci-fi, this manga makes us think about the deep questions of humanity and it is driven both by plot and a strong character.

On a rogue island where genetic engineering takes places against the rest of world community and it is thus called the genetic Sodom because it violates the rules of both God and man. read more
Feb 21, 2015
katie_knight (All reviews)
The manga "Ilegenes" has the best story line ...the fact that i am writing this review despite being supper lazy is because its simply the best manga.
The story.. the art ... character design every thing stands out.. i am surprised that it still haven't debuted as anime ... the psychological plot is awesome moreover its kind of a reminder to modern science that what will happen if they keep on experimenting on humans and genes.
If anyone have watched/ read bakuman anime /manga then it might remind you of the story style of ashirogi muto sensei well actually i said that because if they were read more
Jan 20, 2019
Trivialmadness (All reviews)
I once heard that fate is something you live and destiny is something you make for yourself. What if you have been living a lie thinking you're creating your own destiny but actually have just lived the inevitable fate?

*A spoiler free review*

This is the first prequel to the original Genetic Sodom Ilegenes light novels. Set in a bio punk setting with some dystopia feeling, The Obsidian Path is a solemn, unassuming and almost bleak drama mystery. And I liked it far more than I thought I would. So what is it all about?

Seeing the cover, I though this would be one of those depressing stories read more

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